Black Widow Motorcycle Trailer Wheel Chock


Securing your motorcycle for transport just became easier than ever with this versatile trailer chock. The adjustable tire cradle fits 14" to 21" bike tires and installs directly to your trailer or pickup. The swiveling wheel cradle has four positions to accommodate your specific bike, and there are two eye bolts on the support bar for tie down straps.

  • Quality steel construction
  • Four position swiveling wheel cradle
  • Two integrated eye bolts for tie down straps
  • One-person operation for securing bike


The BW-CH-DX3 trailer chock secures a motorcycle to a trailer or pick-up for transport. The adjustable wheel cradle allows the Motorcycle Trailer Chock to work with many different size wheels.


The Black Widow BW-CH-DX3 Motorcycle Trailer Chock is one the most versatile chocks that we carry as the adjustable tire cradle allows to fit many sized motorcycle tires. The Motorcycle Trailer Chock is made from quality steel and hardware to provide a lasting product that looks and performs great. Four mounting holes on either piece allow each part to be bolted down to the user's specific needs (no mounting hardware included).

We offer a few types of mounting hardware: Quick Nuts & Quick Ties which add easy connect and disconnect from the mounting platform. Once installed, you can then ride your bike into the chock, securing it between the 5" wide cradle and the 6" wide x 14" tall wheel stop. The two integrated eye bolts provide a place for you to secure ratcheting straps (not included) for further securing the bike for transport. The Motorycle Trailer Chock comes with a one year warranty.

Steel Motorcycle Trailer Wheel Chock
18 lbs

Product Features

  • Glossy black powder-coat finish
  • Lightweight - weighs 18 lbs
  • Secure a bike tires from 14"-21" (80-220mm wide)
  • Secure and transport with one person
  • 4 position pivoting tire cradle
  • Easy to assemble
  • 2 eye bolts to secure straps to (straps not included)
  • 1 year warranty


Instruction Manual


How to Use a Motorcycle Wheel Chock
How to Safely Tie Down a Motorcycle

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